The official reveal of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 appears to be imminent as Infinity Ward's Twitter has gone dark. Furthermore, its header image appears to feature Ghost lurking in the shadows.
If you head to Infinity Ward's Twitter, you will notice that its profile picture is all black, which companies have done before ahead of a big reveal. IW's header image also appears to be a black image, but you can see the faintest image if you look close enough.
After IGN brightened up the image, it sure looks like fan-favorite Ghost is hiding in the dark waiting for his next move. You can see the brightened-up image below and compare it to Ghost and his iconic skull mask in light.
Infinity Ward working on Modern Warfare 2 is no secret as it all but confirmed the news back in February when it shared what its teams were working on.
"COD 2022 is a sequel to MW 2019, and being designed with a new Warzone experience (both led by @InfinityWard)," IW wrote on Twitter.
This new game will not be a remaster of 2009 Modern Warfare 2, but will instead continue the story that began in the Modern Warfare reboot from 2019.
In our review of 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, we said that its "varied gameplay modes and excellent gunplay suggest the series is headed in a promising direction."
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 may be the last Call of Duty for some time as 2023 will reportedly be the first year in nearly two decades without a new proper entry.
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